Paradise Entertainment, a gambling machine supplier, said it has installed 78 of its Live Multi-Game terminals at Macau’s Grand Lisboa.
The installation is part of a sales agreement between Paradise Entertainment and the casino for up to 120 LMG terminals.
“Casino operators in Macau are increasingly seeking table gaming solutions that allow them to quickly adapt to a changing market environment,” said Jay Chun, chairman and CEO of Paradise Entertainment.
Paradise Entertainment also announced that it has now sold the 24 LMG terminals that were on trial at Las Vegas’ Palazzo since November to the casino, marking a “milestone” as the Hong Kong company breaks into the U.S. gaming market, Chun said.
“Another key growth opportunity for 2015 lies overseas, and the conversion of our ongoing trial at The Palazzo into a sale is the first in what we believe will be many U.S. deployments beginning this year,” he said.
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